I've noticed that high inpit-ouput on NTFS partitions causes high cpu load, PC becomes unusable. jno (jnoster) wrote on 2012-05-09: #71 Observing this high load/low performance (71.5Kbps) right now in 3.0.0-16-server #28-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jan 27 18:03:45 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux PID USER PR Am using 9.10 release. I really don't want to get into compiling my own version to include anything more recent. navigate here
JaSK (gigeclae) wrote on 2013-02-24: #84 ...you might have to do sudo update-grub afterwards to apply changes. Most likely your NTFS partition is corrupt. Sam Geen (samgeen) wrote on 2012-07-23: #79 Out of interest, if I were to create a new partition for Ubuntu, what file system should it use? From the upstream changelog, this has recently been fixed: "STABLE Version 2010.8.8 (August 8, 2010) * Fixed partially overwriting sparse clusters on highly fragmented volumes. " You might try installing a
Finally found the reason - large files (40GB). JaSK (gigeclae) wrote on 2013-02-24: #83 try enabling big_writes option for ntfs-3g. If that does not fix the issue, please report again. However, when copying files between two external hard drives, I notice 2 "mount.ntfs" processes running and one of them would use 80%+ CPU aprox, according to "top".
current community chat Unix & Linux Unix & Linux Meta your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. Same problem: 100% cpu load by mount.ntfs Huygens (huygens-25) wrote on 2009-11-16: #7 Here is another scenario which ends up with the same problem. I am running Ubuntu12.04 on a server and dual RAID1 setups with dual 2TB disks in each. jno (jnoster) wrote on 2012-07-23: #80 Wrong, Sam.
Just incredible for something that has been around for so long. [email protected]:~# top|grep mount 1198 root 20 0 5212 1680 340 R 26 0.7 14:56.43 mount.ntfs 3778 root 20 0 8268 4596 332 R 7 1.9 3:15.28 mount.ntfs [email protected]:~# cat /etc/motd Linux dd_wizard just hit a bug in Transmission that's been around for a version or two. Heavy disk i/o inside of the VM completely freezes the machine, and mount.ntfs can be seen consuming nearly 100% of one core.
There was no change. -- comment 83 mentions using a big_writes flag, which I did via fstab: UUID=FOO /path/to/mountpoint ntfs-3g defaults,noatime,uid=1000 0 2 There was no change. The gui, but not the underlying application, is more responsive. What is [migration/x]?5CPU usage goes to 100% when I lock the screen0Ubuntu 12.04 high CPU usage and high temperature1High CPU Usage Causes Server Power Off12What is causing Ubuntu on MacBook Pro I'm new to linux :P Zoke (ogmuk) wrote on 2013-03-20: #85 chkdsk.png Edit (90.0 KiB, image/png) I was almost constantly getting ~95% CPU spikes from the mount.ntfs process, according to 'top'.
since its a laptop, the keyboard gets too hot to touch. I think, i'm going to come back to Jaunty. Mount.ntfs High Cpu The Windows install is barely used, so it's unlikely to be highly fragmented. Fstab Ntfs-3g I'm doing a little testing, and getting unexpected results.
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Tuxera Support Forum Register • FAQ • Search • Login Tuxera Home View unanswered posts | View active topics It is currently Thu Dec 29, 2016 07:26 Board index All times From what I hear even native partition likes like Ext3/4 maybe have high cpu usage issues. Sam Geen (samgeen) wrote on 2012-07-09: #76 Quick update on the above: I defragmented my hard drive last night, and it appears to be a little better than before, but I'm http://chatflow.net/high-cpu/system-exe-high-cpu.html mount.ntfs has a special option to support large files - big_writes.
Jure Sah (dustwolfy) wrote on 2011-11-15: #63 Perhaps write an EXT4 driver for Windows. ;) Flames_in_Paradise (ellisistfroh) wrote on 2011-11-18: #64 Looks like this is solved with NTFS-3G Version 2011.10.9AR.1 (Nov ntfs-3g version 1:2009.4.4-1ubuntu4 Here are results of command from #39 comment: # file: VIDEO_TS/VTS_01_2.VOB system.ntfs_attrib=0x20020000 Jean-Pierre (jean-pierre-andre) wrote on 2010-12-13: #50 Hi Huygens > My scenario was: from NTFS to ext4, So it took 26 seconds to write that same data at 7.2 MB/s and it took 20 minutes to write the same data at 160 kB/s.
It looks like it depends on the files, possibly file size. Advanced Search
Filiprino (filiprino) wrote on 2009-12-22: #15 I am experiencing same problem. Password Forgot Password? utorrent under wine don't have such a problem, maybe someone will use wine knowledge in writing a good driver for ntfs. weblink I did it on a wubi installation and it seems to have brought a significant improvement, but cpu usage of ntfs-3g is still very high.
Any chance that's an issue for ntfs-3g?" dd_wizard dd_wizard View Public Profile Find all posts by dd_wizard #7 18th November 2009, 09:17 PM RahulSundaram Offline Registered User Join Transfer large files 4GB+ sized files. I have 100% CPU usage on 1 core. % some 10% on other. CPU Usage constantly high 88%.
I have a ntfs drive shared via Samba. nicolas kleinklaus (nknico) wrote on 2011-11-07: #61 This bug is horribly annoying when using ubuntu installed with Wubi on a NTFS partition. Jean-Pierre (jean-pierre-andre) wrote on 2010-12-13: #51 Hi Dmitry, > I got this bug again while watching video from ntfs partition The attrib indicates a sparse file, which is unrealistic for a Welcome!